Michael Galea

Michael P. Galea

Thursday, April 26th, 1956 - Thursday, March 7th, 2019
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Our precious son, brother, uncle, passed away peacefully on March 7th, with his sisters by his side; after months of a fierce fight against illness.
He is survived by his parents, Eucharistic and Annunziatia Galea of Pleasantville; his sisters, Frances M. Myron (John R. Myron who predeceased him) of Patterson, NY, Nancy A. Barry ( Dave J. Barry ) of Briarcliff Manor, NY , his nephews, John R. and Christopher J. Myron, and David C. Barry.
Born on the tiny island of Gozo, Malta Europe, Michael shared the spirit of which he was born; with might and compassion. 61 years ago, he made the journey with his mother to join his father to live the American dream; of hard work, and boundless opportunities.
His love of cars gave way to his career as an auto mechanic. In recent years, he worked for the MTA Bridges and Tunnel as a maintainer in the Sign Shop.
Throughout his life, Michael has made an endless circle of friends who experienced his generosity, selflessness and compassion. He was a loving gentleman who always thought of others.
We will be celebrating our beloved son, brother, uncle the way he lived his life, WITH LOVE, KIDNESS, SMILES and HAPPY THOUGHTS!
A mass at Holy Innocents Church on March 23rd at 11:00 will be held to bless a soul more precious than words can ever say…
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  • Memorial Mass

    Saturday, March 23rd, 2019 | 11:00am
    Saturday, March 23rd, 2019 11:00am
    Holy Innocents R.C. Church
    431 Bedford Road
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Private Condolence

Tony DosSantos

Posted at 05:25pm
To the family of Michael Galea:

My heartfelt sympathies on hearing of the passing of Michael. I remember Michael from Ronnie's Goldstein's Mobil Gas Station on South Highland Avenue in Ossining. Occasionally I would see him at Ron's station in Plesantville.

Michael and I shared a common love of cars, especially Corvettes. Michael was always willing to help someone out in need of assistance and did so with a positive attitude.

I will remember him fondly.


Lee and Mike Garfield

Posted at 04:12pm
Mike will be remembered as a good friend a good neighbor, and a good man. Mike was never too busy to lend a helping hand to anyone in need, and he always did it with a smile! He greeted everyone with a warm "Hello", and you knew that he meant it! Mike will be sorely missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him and enjoying his company. Our sympathies and prayers go out to his loving family. We know that Mike has a special place in Heaven, and is receiving lots of "Heaven Hugs".
Lee and Mike Garfield


Posted at 07:42pm
Farewell my old friend Mike. We knew each other for more than 46 years---Since you worked for me back in Ossining during high school. Hopefully, one day we will meet again and share our memories. R.I.P. my good friend.

Bruce Segur

Posted at 08:27pm
A good man, a good friend to many, and a great big heart!!!! Thought about you many times whenever I went back to Montana. Be at peace forever in Heaven

Suzanne ORourke

Posted at 03:52pm
Mike had a heart of gold, was so generous and would give you the shirt off his back. I will always remember him for his never-ending kindness, his friendship and his beautiful spirit. I will miss you so much, Mike. Love you, my friend. Until we meet again, RIP.

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